Techbridge White Paper, April 2016
Changing The Game for Girls in STEM
Findings on High-Impact Programs and System-Building Strategies
a white paper on best practices from leaders in the field
by Kara Sammet and Linda Kekelis
in partnership with Chevron
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Ryoo, J., Bulalacao, N., Kekelis, L., McLeod, E. & Henriquez, B. (2015). Tinkering with “Failure”: Equity, Learning, and the Iterative Design Process. FabLearn 2015 Conference at Stanford University, September 2015.
Rosenberg, H., Wilkes, S., & Harris, E. (2014). Bringing Families into Out-of-School Time Learning. The Journal of Expanded Learning, Spring 2014.
Kekelis, L. & Joyce, J. (2014). How Role Models Can Make the Difference for Girls. SWE Conference 2014, October 2014.
Kekelis, L., Larkin M. & Gomes, L. (2014). More Than Just Hot Air. Technology and Engineering Teacher, February 2014.
Kasad, R., Agrawal, N. & Kekelis, L. (2014). Deepening Professional Development for STEM. After School Today, Winter 2014.
Mosatche, H. S., Matloff-Nieves, S., Kekelis, L., & Lawner, E.K. (2013). Effective STEM Programs for Adolescent Girls: Two Approaches and Many Lessons Learned. Afterschool Matters.
Techbridge. (2013). Creating Connections with Role Models: The Power of Collaboration.
Techbridge. (2013). Engage, Connect, Inspire: SWE Role Models Change the World.
Techbridge. (2013). Working Together: Role Models and Girl Scouts.
Techbridge. (2010). Science: It's a Family Affair, A Guide for Parents.
Kekelis, L. & Baggs, J. (2010). Girls, Cupcakes, and Geology: Outreach that Inspires. Gaea Newsletter, Association for Women Geosciences, 33, 4.
Kekelis, L. & Wei, J. (2010). Role Models Matter: Promoting Career Exploration in After-school Programs Or If it’s Worth Doing, It’s Worth Doing Right. ITEST White Paper.
Kekelis, L. & Gomes L. (2009, August). Bridging the Engineering Workforce Gap Through Community Outreach. American Water Works Association Journal, 101:8.
Kekelis, L. & Gomes L. (2009, July). Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day at Carollo Engineers. Wastewater Professional, Vol. 45, No. 3.
Techbridge. (2008). Role Model Toolkit
Kekelis, L., Countryman J., Heber, E. & Ancheta, R.W. (2006, Winter). Role Models Make a World of Difference. Society of Women Engineers Magazine.
Kekelis L., Heber E. & Countryman, J. (2005, May/June). A Bridge to Technology: Designing a Program That Attracts Girl. Association of Science and Technology Centers.
Kekelis L., Ancheta R.W., Heber E. & Countryman, J. (2005). Bridging Differences: How Social Relationships and Racial Diversity Matter in a Girls' Technology Program. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, Vol. 11, No. 3.
Kekelis L., Ancheta R.W., & Heber E. (2005). Hurdles in the Pipeline: Girls and Technology Careers. Frontiers, Vol. 26, No. 1.
Kekelis L., Ancheta R.W., & Countryman, J. (2005, Summer). Role Models Make a Difference: A Recipe for Success. Association for Women in Science (AWIS) Magazine, Vol. 34, No. 3.
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American Honda Foundation. (2013). Girls Go Techbridge
Noyce Foundation. (2011). Science for All: What do our kids say?
PBS Newshour. (2011, Dec. 29). Oakland Program Aims to Pique Girls' Interest in Science, Tech Careers.
Techbridge. (2011). Techbridge Student Testimonial.
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